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A Swan Lake Moment  2 by LindArtz A Swan Lake Moment  2 by LindArtz
Photomanipulation; using Adobe PSE 10 again, for :iconiskarlata: - Not so sure about this version though, the border. Eyes are wonky after looking at the monitor for hours...this one might come down tomorrow after looking at it with fresh eyes.... :lol: :dunno:

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auroradreams.deviantart.com/ar… LITTLE GIRL

sherryjane.deviantart.com/art/… LITTLE GIRL 2

iskarlata.deviantart.com/art/A… SWANS

tragedyseen.deviantart.com/art… BACKGROUND

fairiegoodmother.deviantart.co… BACKGROUND

jssanda.deviantart.com/art/Lar… RIPPLE

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CpointSpoint Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Looks like the beginning of an adventurous journey! It's great!
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LindArtz Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2014
 :) ^^
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Aussie-Blonde Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014
Gorgeoussssssss Linda...:hug:
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LindArtz Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2014
Thank you! :hug:!!!
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Aussie-Blonde Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2014
with pleasure Linda:hug:
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Okavanga Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014
Linda - I think the strength of the image lets you have a non-white border, although I might have chosen very pale yellow or very pale green.

The image is fascinating though- as often in your compositions there is a slightly unsettling feeling about it.

Great Stuff

David
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LindArtz Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014
Interesting....and I always take what you tell me very seriously. I did indeed do them over using your suggestions; the green just didn't really 'do it' for me; but the yellow! :love: was surprisingly nice! As is the non border; you were right! :) ....Too sleeping at the moment, but believe I may upload those versions as well.
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Okavanga Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2014
Agreed re green, Linda. Looked at it again and thought green won't work. Yellow of course is picked up by the flowers and may work. I can't see what you see, so what I say is only at the suggestion level. 

You probably know that paintings from earlier days almost always had gold-coloured or gilt wooden frames, but why? The usual explanation is that the "gold" and the ornateness of the frame was a reflection of the wealth and status of the owner, and the importance of the image - particularly portraits. However, this is only partially true. A "gold" colour is a variation on yellow - a sort of dark, browny yellow, and that particular range of hues complements just about any other colour set.

Cheers

David
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LindArtz Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2014
That's very interesting about the color yellow; makes sense really, although I wouldn't have initially thought so. And since it's one of my fav colors (that and purple) I should have no problem keeping this in mind; using it as much as needed in the future.
Thanks again, as always, for your input, and thoughtfulness, David. :) :hug:
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Okavanga Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014
My pleasure, Linda.

David
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